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Friday, March 20, 2020

UPDATED: Call for Papers - Northwestern University Law Review Empirical Legal Scholarship Issue

Given the COVID-19 pandemic, the Northwestern University Law Review has extended the exclusive submissions deadline for the Empirical Issue. The deadline for all empirical submissions is now May 1, 2020.

The submission process and guidelines described in the original Call for Papers remain the same. The Northwestern University Law Review considers empirical submissions on an exclusive basis only. To be considered for the Empirical Issue, pull your piece from the Scholastica pool and from consideration at all other schools, and submit the manuscript, your CV, and data/data paths via email at [email protected]. In the past it has taken approximately 3–4 weeks to render a publication decision. Additionally, authors who submit to Northwestern University Law Review’s empirical submissions track agree to accept a binding publication offer, should one be extended. Contact the Law Review via email ([email protected]) with any questions.

Posted by Sarah Lawsky on March 20, 2020 at 09:15 AM in Law Review Review | Permalink


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